Racial differences in rates of return to Work First were analyzed for 18 exit cohorts from 1995-1997. The proportion of each cohort who returned to the program is recorded in the following tables at six-month intervals by race. In 1995, all exit cohorts, with the exception of June, showed similar exit rates between whites and non-whites. By 1996, differences in recidivism rates for whites and non-whites become somewhat more pronounced, with a greater proportion of non-whites returning to the program. In 1997, every cohort showed a significant difference in recidivism rates between whites and non-whites. However, the 1997 analysis is based on only 12 months of data.